We Are Composite Problem Solvers
Composites usually pose problems that require the industry’s most experienced minds and the latest manufacturing resources. That’s where we come in. We have been perfecting the science of composite manufacturing for more than 20 years. Featuring some of the industry’s largest press systems, our 30,000-square-foot facility is designed for engineering solutions on any scale.
- Custom tooling
- Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)
- Computer numerical control (CNC) machines
- Coordinate measurement machine (CMM)
- Finite element analysis (FEA)
- Inspection and testing
- Material procurement
- Complete layup
- Resin transfer molding (RTM)
- Automated assembly
- Box-build assembly
- Cleanroom assembly
- Custom packaging
- Just-in-time (JIT) programs
From Design to Delivery: Full-Service Manufacturing
Customers in exacting industries such as aerospace and defense have discovered the extreme value of our turnkey services. From initial design to delivery, every step of production is accounted for at Fiber Dynamics. We even custom-build the tools necessary to fabricate your composite parts. While we manage your project from start to finish, enjoy peace of mind knowing that every detail is taken care of.
Discover Our Core Process
Resin transfer molding offers total control over aerospace-grade materials such as Kevlar®, carbon fiber, fiberglass, phenolic and more. We use RTM to create extremely complex parts in one shot, resulting in superior components that do not require assembly or hours of autoclave curing. Unlike conventional methods, our process eliminates the need for time-consuming and costly secondary manufacturing.
Fiber Dynamics utilizes three distinct processes to deliver the best value possible, including our own proprietary method.
- Complex, lightweight cored and solid laminate structures
- Economical, high-volume production capability
- Excellent surface finish and structural properties
- Autoclave-quality parts at a fraction of the cost
- Minimal finishing required for paint prep
- Uses integral stiffeners and cores when extra stiffness and minimal weight are required
Lost core (proprietary)
- For complex parts with hollow interior cavities and internal stiffeners
- Integrated/co-molded structures
- Offers intricate assemblies with metal details, inserts and internal stiffeners
- No secondary bonding or fastening required
Talk to an Engineer
If your project has special requirements, our mechanical and manufacturing experts are here to help.